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WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT THE EATRIS ACTIVITIES AND HIGHLIGHTS OF 2022.
Toni Andreu, Scientific Director of EATRIS, emphasises that “This report not only celebrates our accomplishments of the past year but also underscores the crucial impact we are making in advancing translational research for the betterment of patients across Europe.”
Packed with information and original visuals created by members of the EATRIS family, the report is a testament to the tireless efforts and unwavering dedication of the EATRIS community.
Among the report’s many highlights is EATRIS securing funding for a number of new pioneering EU-projects, including REMEDi4ALL, canSERV, EDITSCD, EOSC4Cancer, ISIDORe and HEAL. Of particular note is EATRIS’s leadership role in the REMEDi4ALL project. 2022 also saw the formal launch of EU-AMRI (the European Alliance of Medicine Research Infrastructures) in Brussels. Plus the new EATRIS Certificate of Commitment to Quality (ECCQ) was piloted as part of the EATRIS-Plus project and spearheaded by the EATRIS Quality Initiative.
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Aside from these achievements, the report covers a wide spectrum of subjects. The infrastructure section provides an in-depth overview, complete with a comprehensive map and dedicated pages showcasing member updates from each country. Delve into the Science section to explore EATRIS’s five scientific platforms, insights on the EATRIS COVID-19 response, and featured publications from our member institutes.
Further, the report provides an overview of the EATRIS project portfolio and highlights the wide range of activities and services offered by EATRIS.
The cover art is a graphical visualisation of data from Twitter on posts containing the hashtag #breastcancer. Twitter users are represented as nodes and the relationships between them (follows or mentions) are lines. The weight of the lines between nodes is determined by the number of times that a particular relationship is expressed within the data. We are grateful to Eric Clarke, Richard Arnett and Jane Burns (Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland) for allowing us to use the image and reimagine it with the EATRIS colour palette. We liked that the image amalgamates the facets of healthcare, data analytics, technology, network infrastructure, interconnected nodes, patient well-being, and effective communication.
We encourage you to explore the depths of this comprehensive report, as it promises to stimulate discussions, ignite innovation, and pave the way for the future of translational medicine. We hope you agree that the report shines a light on the ground-breaking advancements achieved by EATRIS and reinforces their unwavering dedication to improving the lives of patients.
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We sincerely hope that you enjoy exploring the 2022 EATRIS Annual Report. If you have any questions, comments, or feedback, please don’t hesitate to contact us.